The conference program with all the abstracts is available on our website at Sched. It is accesible only to the registered participants of the conference. All virtual rooms at Zoom and videoposters will be available closer to the event dates.
Please find the Sched instructions for attendees and presenters.
ZOOM & SLACK
Zoom instructions for oral presenters. All oral presenters are asked to be present at the Zoom virtual room 10 minutes before the session begins. All chairpeople are asked to be present at the Zoom virtual room 15 minutes before the session begins.
Zoom instructions for poster presenters. All poster presenters have received an invitation to create a Zoom account to the e-mail addresses provided during the registration. Please follow the instructions and add virtual room links to your poster events at Sched until Friday, December 4th, 11:59 PM.
Communication with the speakers and scientific discussions will be held at Slack. You have received an e-mail with an invitation link. If you cannot find it, please check your SPAM folder.
If we are unable to hold lectures or sessions in Zoom due to technical malfunctioning of the platform, the conference will be moved to Evenea. Please find attached speaker instructions on how to use the platform.
We kindly request SPEAKERS to pay particular attention to stay within the indicated time frames:
- Biological, computational and medical oral presentations: the talk should last ca. 12 minutes, followed by 3 minutes for questions.
- Cognitive sessions Threat and Fear: A multimodal and multidisciplinary approach; Emotional expression and perception. A functional and evolutionary account; Crossmodal brain plasticity in humans: ca. 18 minutes for oral presentation, with additional 5 minutes for questions.
- Cognitive sessions Motor control; Visual Perception; Modulation of emotional responses: ca. 18 minutes for oral presentation, followed by 4 minutes for questions.
- Cognitive session Dogs (Canis familiaris) as a new translational model for human mental conditions: ca. 12 minutes for the talk, with additional 6 minutes for questions.
- Cognitive session Effective connectivity techniques for modelling neural functions: ca. 20 minutes for oral presentation, followed by 5 minutes for questions.
- Cognitive session Pain in the learning context: ca. 25 minutes for the talk, followed by 5 minutes for questions.
All presenters will have the possibility to test their presentations a few days before the meeting. Details will be provided in a separate communication.
All POSTER PRESENTERS are kindly asked to prepare presentations instead of typical posters, and to record up to 3 minute long videos describing their submissions, which will be hosted online. They will be accessible during the entire event through a dedicated Sched website, where the program of the conference will be available soon.
The video recordings can be prepared using PowerPoint. Alternatively, you can deploy free-to-use, watermark-free software like FreeCam. A short demonstration video can be found here. We kindly ask you to name the videos (preferably .mp4 or .wmv format) with the titles of your abstracts and share them with us using Dropbox and GoogleDrive. The download rights should be addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org. We are waiting for your videos until November 27th.
In addition to the recorded presentations, there will be two real-time poster sessions during the conference, each lasting 2 days (15.30-16.30 CET, two days in a row). Poster Session I is scheduled for Tuesday and Wednesday, whereas Poster Session II is scheduled for Thursday and Friday. During these, poster presenters should be present on video conferencing platforms to answer the questions from the attendees. More detailed information regarding logging onto the software will be provided closer to the event.
The presentation you will use during the actual poster session can include more details and slides than the one used in the video. The video teasers are meant to spark interest in your work among attendees.
Only authors with pre-doctoral status and present during the time for questions and discussion will be eligible for awards.
If one is interested in poster submissions presented in the same session, other means for direct communication between participants will be provided, i.e. Sched and Slack.
FlashTalks are scheduled on December 8th (Tuesday) at 12.00 – 12.45 CET. This real-time online session will consist of short (max. 2min.) presentations of selected abstracts. Each presentation should be a TEASER of your poster (so do not try to tell the whole story within 2 minutes). Be creative!
We recommend that the presentation consists of 2 slides:
Slide 1 should contain the title of the abstract, names of all co-authors, the number of the session and the poster.
Slide 2 should contain EITHER rationale OR the main result OR the conclusion of your study. One of the three!